NAILING THE NEWS
by Stephanie Corbin-Mills
ALLURE FEATURES A SPECTRUM OF COLOR WITH ITS BEST OF BEAUTY POLISH WINNERS IN THE OCTOBER ISSUE.
Red: Big Apple Red from OPI Products Nude: Coffee Break from Orly International Pale Pink: Mademoiselle from Essie Cosmetics
Bright: Mint Candy Apple from Essie Cosmetics Dark: Road House Blues from OPI Products Base Coat: Ridge Filling Base Coat from Essie
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Tweezerman Slant Tweezers and I’m Not Products were added to Allure’s Best of Beauty Hall of Fame as both readers
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was dominated by Crystal Nails International with 1,247 points. Hi-Tech Nails won Division 3 with 1,439 points. For a complete list of winners, visit nailpro.com/nailympics-london-2011. Mark your calendar for next year’s competition September 22-24, 2012, at Olympia Beauty.
nternational competitors walked away from Olympia Beauty—held across the pond in London September 18-19—clutching their trophies from the seventh annual Nailympics London, one of the largest nail competitions in the world. This year’s contest drew 328 competitors from 27 different countries.
The Division 1 winner was Henrietta Almasi from Hungary with 309 points, while Olah Noemi from Italy received 323 points and secured the Division 2 prize. Sang Mi Seo from Korea was the Division 3 winner with a total of 366 points. Nail Harmony Bulgaria took home the Division 1 team trophy with 670 points; Division 2
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